A $10 million lawsuit was filed last week alleging that Stevie Wonder stole the Oscar-winning song "I Just Called to Say I Love You" from a longtime friend and another musician . . .
Another perfect marriage has come to an end. Squeaky-clean Marie Osmond has divorced former Brigham Young University basketball star Steve Craig after 3 1/2 years of marriage. Osmond, 25, part of the Utah musical family dynasty, filed for divorce in May, citing mental cruelty and irreconcilable differences. There was an undisclosed out-of-court settlement and Osmond was given custody of the couple's 2-year-old son, Stephen James . . .
Two Washingtonians -- Stephen C. Dupont, bass, of Falls Church and Alessandra Marc, soprano, now of New York City -- were winners in the second Opera Company of Philadelphia-Luciano Pavarotti International Voice Competition. Pavarotti was the chief judge of Sunday night's competition of 53 finalists selected from more than 1,000 contestants. Pavarotti said the quality of the finalists was so high that he declared them all winners . . .
Singer Linda Ronstadt, who, like Frank Sinatra, worked extensively with Oscar-winning composer-arranger Nelson Riddle, who died Sunday, described him yesterday as "one of the true geniuses of American popular music who succeeded like no one else in writing jazz into the orchestra without compromising either musical genre."